Miranda Lambert made a little girl’s night during her Wichita, Kansas show on Saturday night.

The “It All Comes Out In The Wash” singer was left in tears when she invited 8-year-old Remi on stage to join her in singing “All Kinds of Kinds”.

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Lambert spotted the little girl wearing a “you can’t ride in my little red wagon” headband and insisted she join her on stage.

“This little girl has stolen my heart all night long and I just want to meet her up close and personal,” said Lambert addressing the crowd.

After Remi made her way up, Lambert held her hand as she broke down in tears: “You came all the way from Kansas City to hear some music tonight?”

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Lambert began singing her song about recognizing all types of different people in the world with tears in her eyes, unable to make it through the second verse.

That’s when the young fan came in to sing the powerful chorus: “Ever since the beginning to keep the world spinning / It takes all kinds of kinds.”

The emotional moment brought all the fans cheering and singing along until the end.

After the adorable moment, Lambert took to social media thanking Remi for the “magic.”

“Sometimes there is a face in the crowd that captivates you,” she wrote alongside the moving video. “Thank you for the tears and smiles and for being who you are. You inspired all of us last night.”

Remi’s mom also took to Twitter after the show, revealing her daughter was born with nerve damage on the left side of her face, giving her a “crooked smile.”

“Thank you for showing her it’s beautiful to be different,” she wrote alongside a series of photos of Remi.

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Along with continuing her “Roadside Bars and Pink Guitars” tour, the singer is getting ready for the Nov. 1 release of her seventh studio album, Wildcard.

Lambert is also up for Female Vocalist of the Year at this year’s CMA Awards on Nov. 13.

Watch the video below for everything we know about Wildcard.